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The ‘Royal Family’ turned out in force on Monday to enjoy an afternoon of cake and tea to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday at Tregony Community Primary School.

Organised by St Cuby Church in Tregony, members of Tregony’s Senior Citizen Club joined pupils from years four and five to enjoy a wide selection of cakes and to chat. To ensure everyone got into the party spirit, the school hall had been decorated with Union Jack bunting and red, white and blue balloons before the tea party got off on the right foot with a rousing rendition of the National Anthem.

Revd Emma Watson, vicar at St Cuby, said: “It’s been a lovely opportunity to get the community together and for the children to hear about life in the village over the last 90 years. The children have also been able to tell their visitors a bit about what they do in school today and show off some of their artwork and members of the Senior Citizens Club were invited to speak about their school days.”